lot2smile4 wrote:I haven't had a full look at the folder structure on the TV yet, but it does look quite good...
This is just the initial folder structure, ment to give some ideas about what you can do. Unfortunately, you can' edit it without a GUI.
lot2smile4 wrote:is there a way of mass-(un)marking files as watched??
No, there isn't. Neither through he gui nor the web services. If you have a way to connect to the database, it would be quite easy to edit it there.
lot2smile4 wrote:I had a brief look at some of the films/series that I have scanned so far, and it is a bit of a jumble... I wonder if there is a nicer way that I can do a separation of movies and TV series... for now I will just be doing movies... but in the future I may need my TV series working too... perhaps I could run standard PMS in parallel to organise the TV stuff.
The way I'm using it (again the gui is needed), is that I've set a filter 'folder path starts with xxx' for the root folder for movies and am showing the tv shows the same way, as it's being shown in the original pms (using the file system plugin, which is mostly a copy/paste of the original code. It has an additional feature to group all files and folders from a set of folders into a single one).
Love this add-on so far! I'm still tinkering ...
Cool! Keep tinkering
Mranonoman wrote:Only found 1 major issue. If the movie is not found in the TMDb, the transcode folder will not work.
Ok, I'll check that. There's no reason why this shouldn't work when the TMDb info couldn't be read. On the other hand it requires the file to be read properly using MovieInfo.
Mranonoman wrote:Also, is it possible to edit the TMDb info locally? If a movie is wrong, or not found I'd like to be able to fix it.
Chocolateboys tip is the way to go for now. At some point you'll be able to edit and re-import these parameters, but for now there's nothing at all (besides editing the database itself).
The media library jobs can be categorized into three groups. To have a rough idea of how complete a package is, here some estimations:
- File import: 80%
- File information maintenance/editing: 0%
- Configuration of the folder structure that will show up on the renderer: 90%